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Contains videos on all topics related to the delivery of immunization services, including routine and campaign delivery services as well as injection safety.
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These dogs in the UK are trained to sniff out malaria.
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NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease...
NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease among adolescents and young adults
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"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may...
"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may be endangering thousands of others who can't receive vaccinations because they are too young or suffer from health conditions that compromise their immune systems. This video exposes the dangerous hypocrisy behind the anti-vaxxer movement in under six minutes.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing countries, with a particular focus on diabetes, one of the fastest growing health challenges in Africa.
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'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission...
'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission Indradhanush
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Everybody is talking about Measles – but what does the virus actually do in the body? Is it really so harmful that...
Everybody is talking about Measles – but what does the virus actually do in the body? Is it really so harmful that you need a vaccination? We go deep into the body of an infected person and see what Measles does and how the immune system reacts to it!
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ealth Ministry launched single vaccine for dual protection against measles and rubella as part of Universal...
ealth Ministry launched single vaccine for dual protection against measles and rubella as part of Universal Immunization Programme
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The next epidemic could start anywhere, reach anyone, and wipe out millions. But together we can #OutsmartEpidemics....
The next epidemic could start anywhere, reach anyone, and wipe out millions. But together we can #OutsmartEpidemics. Please like, comment and share this video to help spread the word
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From firefighter to scientist, pilot to doctor, these children have big dreams. But without vaccines, those dreams...
From firefighter to scientist, pilot to doctor, these children have big dreams. But without vaccines, those dreams will be out of reach. Today, vaccines are protecting more children than ever before. But 1.5 million more could be saved each year if we close the gap by reaching the most disadvantaged children.
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Working on eradicating polio in Nigeria.
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Diarrhoea is among the top 10 causes of illnesses in children in Uganda. An infection known as Rotavirus accounts...
Diarrhoea is among the top 10 causes of illnesses in children in Uganda. An infection known as Rotavirus accounts for almost 40% of diarrheal cases.

Health experts estimate that over 10,000 children below 5 years die each year due to rotavirus diarrhoea.

In Health Focus, NTV’S Walter Mwesigye looks at the efforts that the government has made in fighting the virus.
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One in five children in Africa is missing out on life-saving vaccines. That's according to a report on Wednesday by...
One in five children in Africa is missing out on life-saving vaccines. That's according to a report on Wednesday by the World Health Organisation. Its release comes amid confirmation this week that dozens of children in Lagos have died - from measles. Officials have been gathering today in Addis, to discuss strategies for universal immunization. CCTV's Girum Chala has the story.
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Getting vaccinated against rubella before getting pregnant will protect unborn babies from Congenital Rubella...
Getting vaccinated against rubella before getting pregnant will protect unborn babies from Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS), which can cause serious birth defects, including blindness, deafness and heart defects. www.paho.org
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How do vaccines prevent disease — even among people too young to get vaccinated? It's a concept called "herd...
How do vaccines prevent disease — even among people too young to get vaccinated? It's a concept called "herd immunity," and it relies on a critical mass of people getting their shots to break the chain of infection. Health researcher Romina Libster shows how herd immunity contained a deadly outbreak of H1N1 in her hometown. (In Spanish with subtitles.)
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Anytime a child is paralysed by polio in any country, the World Health Organization moves fast to stop the virus....
Anytime a child is paralysed by polio in any country, the World Health Organization moves fast to stop the virus. From gathering information to coordinating vaccination campaigns to delivering two drops of polio vaccine into the mouth of every child, the outbreak response protects children against this paralysing disease. Find out more at www.polioeradication.org.
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It takes a long boat journey up the Mekong River to reach some of Lao PDR’s most isolated children. Learn more:...
It takes a long boat journey up the Mekong River to reach some of Lao PDR’s most isolated children. Learn more: http://www.gavi.org/?utm_source=youtu...
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Global health authorities confirmed six new cases of polio in both Kenya and Somalia. These are the first cases...
Global health authorities confirmed six new cases of polio in both Kenya and Somalia. These are the first cases outside of polio-endemic countries—Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan -- in 2013. Global health workers are rapidly responding to stop this outbreak.
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Although Tunisia has not had polio cases for many years, it is in the same region as two polio endemic...
Although Tunisia has not had polio cases for many years, it is in the same region as two polio endemic countries--Pakistan and Afghanistan. Until polio is eradicated from these two countries, Tunisia continues to be at risk of an importation of poliovirus. In September 2014, in order to ensure the children in Tunisia had the best possible immunity against polio, Tunisia added the Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) to the national immunization schedule. Tunisia is not alone in their efforts. By the end of 2015, more than 100 other countries will also be taking this important step towards polio eradication.
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Dr. Chris Murray from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation explains the amazing drop in child mortality...
Dr. Chris Murray from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation explains the amazing drop in child mortality since 2000 and how the Millennium Development Goals helped.
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Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus elimination from India. Reducing maternal and neonatal tetanus to less than one case...
Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus elimination from India. Reducing maternal and neonatal tetanus to less than one case per 1 000 live births in all 675 districts demonstrates India’s strong commitment and leadership that helped improve access to immunization, antenatal care services and skilled birth attendance in the most vulnerable populations – the poor, the remote and isolated communities.
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Umit Kartoglu reviews temperature monitoring devices used in a typical vaccine cold chain and analyses how the...
Umit Kartoglu reviews temperature monitoring devices used in a typical vaccine cold chain and analyses how the readings relate to each other when there are more than one device at a particular point. This analysis is done from the VVM perspective.
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obb Butler, Programme Manager for the Vaccine-preventable Diseases and Immunization Programme at the WHO Regional...
obb Butler, Programme Manager for the Vaccine-preventable Diseases and Immunization Programme at the WHO Regional Office for Europe, visited Sarajevo on April 25, 2017 on the occasion of World Immunization Week and participated in the work of the Central Assembly, attended by more than 80 experts, representatives of health authorities and Professional immunization bodies. The interview answers some of the biggest concerns about immunization.
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Guinea was ground zero for the 2014 outbreak of Ebola virus, and health experts were concerned that other critical...
Guinea was ground zero for the 2014 outbreak of Ebola virus, and health experts were concerned that other critical health issues such as routine care for maternal and child health, might suffer because of clinic closures or fears of contracting the virus. MEASURE Evaluation conducted a rapid assessment to understand better the effects of Ebola and published a journal article on the results, authored by Janine Barden O’Fallon, Alimou Barry, Paul Brodish, and Jack Hazerjian.
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After five years of devastating conflict, Côte d’Ivoire’s immunisation rates are back to their pre-war levels. In...
After five years of devastating conflict, Côte d’Ivoire’s immunisation rates are back to their pre-war levels. In this short film, originally played at the December 2016 Gavi Board meeting in Abidjan, Health Minister Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie, explains her country’s rapid recovery.
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ccording to the life course approach to public health, your health today is the result of many different factors,...
ccording to the life course approach to public health, your health today is the result of many different factors, including your previous life experiences and even those of your parents. Likewise, your health today will impact your health in the future, as well as the health of the future generations.
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“What do you suggest to clinicians who want to improve how they recommend HPV vaccination for their pre-teen...
“What do you suggest to clinicians who want to improve how they recommend HPV vaccination for their pre-teen patients?” Dr. Alix Casler, FAAP, answers this question from her clinical experience in this segment of the video series, “How I Recommend HPV Vaccine.”
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Is your clinic experiencing a utilization problem? We will consider some of the most common reasons for high...
Is your clinic experiencing a utilization problem? We will consider some of the most common reasons for high drop-out rates – and their possible solutions.

This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com.
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The lengths one woman goes to in order to give her children the gift of immunization.
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Women are on the frontlines of the battle to eradicate polio in Afghanistan, transforming the lives of children and...
Women are on the frontlines of the battle to eradicate polio in Afghanistan, transforming the lives of children and women. Aisha is a social mobilizer in Kandahar in the south of the country, one of Afghanistan's most dangerous and conservative provinces.
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Aminu Ahmad sits on the side of the road intently watching his young apprentice welding a wheelchair.

"This is...
Aminu Ahmad sits on the side of the road intently watching his young apprentice welding a wheelchair.

"This is our workshop and 80% of the people here have disabilities, but we are working hard, just like anybody else," he explains.

Aminu was crippled as child by polio, a preventable disease that affected millions of children each year.

"I asked my mother why I was disabled, and she told me I was not immunized'" says Aminu.

While Aminu trains and employs young people affected by polio, and his best selling product is an innovative wheel chair, his real aim is to protect future generations from the disease.

Aminu is part of The Global Polio Eradication Initiative. This a public-private partnership led by national governments and spearheaded by the World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) that has reduced new infections by 99% since 1988. Now the disease is endemic in just 4 countries; Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nigeria.
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Dr Chris Maher, Manager, Polio Education and Emergency Support at WHO-EMRO, was interviewed on 7th of October 2015...
Dr Chris Maher, Manager, Polio Education and Emergency Support at WHO-EMRO, was interviewed on 7th of October 2015 during "EMRO Health +SocialGood" a webcast held in Kuwait City at the Regional Committee meeting for the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMRO) of the World Health Organization.

The Regional Committee brought together the foremost health experts to discuss the latest public health issues and how to continue to strengthen health services in the region. EMRO Health +SocialGood provided insight into some of the major public health emergencies happening in the region, and original content and interactive conversations with experts attending this meeting.
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Rotavirus still kills over 200,000 children each year, but even non-fatal cases can have a dramatic impact on...
Rotavirus still kills over 200,000 children each year, but even non-fatal cases can have a dramatic impact on families due to the economic burden of treating the disease. Parents like Jacqueline, a mother from Malawi, often lose substantial amounts of their income due to treatment costs and missed work while their children are hospitalized for rotavirus. By preventing infection and the related expenses, cost-effective rotavirus vaccines can help strengthen economies in communities around the world.
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As part of our Haiti series, a mother named Gabriel shares why she never misses an immunization appointment, and why...
As part of our Haiti series, a mother named Gabriel shares why she never misses an immunization appointment, and why she believes it is every parent's responsibility to give their children vaccines for the well-being of every child.
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As part of our Haiti series, a mother named Anne shares why she vaccinates her child and is thankful for the...
As part of our Haiti series, a mother named Anne shares why she vaccinates her child and is thankful for the immunization education at her local health center in Marigot, Haiti.
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Adam Finn describes how vaccines work and why we all have a role in ensuring that they are effective. Recorded at...
Adam Finn describes how vaccines work and why we all have a role in ensuring that they are effective. Recorded at TEDMEDLive Bristol April 2013.
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In our new video series, “Take 2,” faculty and researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health provide...
In our new video series, “Take 2,” faculty and researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health provide the lowdown on a compelling, engaging question in global health–think of it as Public Health 101. In this video, Marie McCormick, Sumner and Esther Feldberg Professor of Maternal and Child Health in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, talks about why vaccines are critical for public health.
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Data can play an important role in fighting disease. See how data is being used to help end polio for good.
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Afghanistan and Pakistan are two of the remaining three countries where polio hasn’t yet been eliminated. Courageous...
Afghanistan and Pakistan are two of the remaining three countries where polio hasn’t yet been eliminated. Courageous polio vaccinators travel to remote villages often in dangerous areas to immunize millions of children. Thanks to the heroic effort of these vaccinators the world is on the brink of eradicating this disease.
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Since their introduction over the past several years, rotavirus vaccines have been saving lives from the leading...
Since their introduction over the past several years, rotavirus vaccines have been saving lives from the leading cause of severe childhood diarrhea. In April 2016, the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases published new data from several countries recording evidence of this lifesaving impact (http://bit.ly/26XzI3V). We talked to researchers from PATH and the US CDC to understand the importance of rotavirus vaccines within an integrated approach to defeat diarrheal disease.
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Immunization Academy now offers more than 30 short, practical training videos on Data Monitoring in Swahili at...
Immunization Academy now offers more than 30 short, practical training videos on Data Monitoring in Swahili at https://www.immunizationacademy.com/sw/videos/category/planning.
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“What do you say to parents who decline or refuse HPV vaccination of their children?” Dr. Alix Casler, FAAP, offers...
“What do you say to parents who decline or refuse HPV vaccination of their children?” Dr. Alix Casler, FAAP, offers her responses to parents who delay or reject HPV vaccine during this segment of the “How I Recommend HPV Vaccine” series.
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A video explaining the intricacies of herd immunity
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In 2016, 155 countries and territories from around the world made history in a coordinated global health effort that...
In 2016, 155 countries and territories from around the world made history in a coordinated global health effort that took us one step closer to achieving polio eradication. During a two-week time period in April, the health sector swapped out one type of polio vaccine for another, in what is known as “the switch.”
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Fewer children in the United States are getting vaccinated. That’s bad news for those kids, and also for public...
Fewer children in the United States are getting vaccinated. That’s bad news for those kids, and also for public health in general. Often, the response is to argue and debate and get angry at people who are we see as making terrible, irrational decisions. Instead of doing that, let’s use science to understand why this is happening in the first place.
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World Polio Day is a day when we celebrate the health workers and volunteers who are going to great lengths to fight...
World Polio Day is a day when we celebrate the health workers and volunteers who are going to great lengths to fight polio. Never before in the history of polio have so few children in so few countries contracted the crippling virus – but we cannot rest until the number of cases is zero.

More than 1.7 billion doses of polio vaccine were delivered to children last year alone and continued focus is key to the complete eradication of polio.
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The search for the poliovirus is triggered when any child is found with acute flaccid paralysis. From the most...
The search for the poliovirus is triggered when any child is found with acute flaccid paralysis. From the most remote communities to the laboratory, the World Health Oranization makes sure that the pieces of the surveillance system work together so that if the poliovirus is circulating anywhere in the world it will be found – and stopped
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This brief video describes the South African routine health information system, which collects data at health...
This brief video describes the South African routine health information system, which collects data at health facilities and transmits it onward to the national Department of Health, examining why maintaining data quality is crucial along this path.
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Across the Middle East, countless people have been working tirelessly to stop the polio outbreak that paralysed 28...
Across the Middle East, countless people have been working tirelessly to stop the polio outbreak that paralysed 28 children in Syria and Iraq in 2013 and 2014. This World Polio Day, we say thank you to all those who have done so much to protect children against this paralysing disease across Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey. World Polio Day is an opportunity to reflect on the incredible progress made towards polio eradication in the past year and to pay tribute to those whose efforts made this progress possible.
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Professor John Parrish Sprowl discusses the value of equipping doctors with communication skills
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"Twin Voices" by Janice Flood Nichols, provides a unique and timely glimpse into polio, a virus that killed and...
"Twin Voices" by Janice Flood Nichols, provides a unique and timely glimpse into polio, a virus that killed and maimed millions of children and adults during the twentieth century. In 1953, polio struck DeWitt, NY (an eastern suburb of Syracuse) with a vengeance. In a first grade class of twenty-four students, eight children contracted the disease -- one child, Frank Flood Jr., died sixty-one hours after admission to City Hospital; another first grader and her older sister died several years later of complications. Frankie's twin sister, Janice, was admitted to the hospital on the evening of his burial. Diagnosed with paralytic polio, Janice recovered. She participated in the 1954 Salk vaccine trial, as one of nearly two million "Polio Pioneers." Today, she remains dedicated to the goal of worldwide polio eradication. Twin Voices tells the story of polio, the disease, and the story of one family's bout with the killer, in multiple "voices."
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